The project was to build a 155m2 house in a very limited timeframe and within a restricted budget.
We designed a structure based entirely on SIP panels (structural insulated panels), supported on a grid of foundations that intervene minimally in the existing terrain.
We defined different three-dimensional modules, made up of floor, wall and roof panels. The modules were designed in two widths and two heights, which are combined to form the rooms of the house.
The dimensions used to configure the modules correspond to the manufacturing dimensions of the panels, maximising the use of material and reducing losses during construction.
The building is laid out as four parallel aisles formed by an ensemble of modules. We alternated high and low modules in all the aisles, achieving greater heights and therefore greater volumes of air in all the rooms of the house without necessarily increasing the surface area.